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Found 318 results

  1. Calvert cliffs 10/6/17

    So the water levels were the lowest they have been since April. I walked in the heavy cobble that hasnt been visible in months and came away with a pretty good haul. Then the waves picked up and took away the visibility bad not a bad day at Calvert Cliffs!
  2. Fossil Tooth Help

    Well, I know we just finished talking about tooth of mine, but I have another I need some help with. It's rather odd looking, but is so unique, hopefully it isn't hard to figure out. Thanks everyone.
  3. One More Tooth Id

    Hello everyone! I just want to take a moment to thank every single person who has given me advice and assisted in IDing my teeth fossils. You all are great. I have one more for you to look at, and I honestly have no idea. Thanks in advance!
  4. Chesapecten santamaria

    From the album Calvert Cliffs

    Extremely rare C. santamaria gifted from an associate in Maryland.
  5. Chesapecten santamaria

    From the album Calvert Cliffs

    Extremely rare C. santamaria gifted from an associate in Maryland.
  6. Brownie's Beach Trip

    Hello everyone! I took a trip to Brownies Beach today in search of fossils. These were some of my favorite finds today! I found roughly 120 teeth, mostly very small.
  7. Fossil Teeth ID help

    Hello all! I found these fossils today! I was super excited to find my first cow shark tooth. I am new to this hobby and wanted to know what this tooth is. Thanks for the help.
  8. Calvert cliffs 9/29/17

    So the water in the Chesapeake has been crazy high lately but today it got down to a somewhat normal level so i grabbed my new fossil hunting hat and i hit the beach. The water was not too high but there was not too much too be found except for a stellar giant thresher!!! I think my new hat brought me good luck!
  9. So since I went out on the bay yesterday i figured i'd press my luck and go out on the river today. Well check out the pathological hemi I scooped up.I know its hard to do it justice in pictures but check out the twists and curves on that bad boy. Plus just for @Fossil-Hound the rest of todays river finds lol.
  10. 9-12-17 Calvert Cliffs

    So I believe we have finally rounded the summer corner the water was clear and calm. I waded for 4 miles round trip i found a bunch of small teeth and the tripmaker. I found a shaweeet meg and my first ever partial squaladon jawbone!!! All in all not a bad afternooon!
  11. Flourescent Fossil Clam

    From the album Fossil Flourescence

    Stewartia anodonta clam viewed under natural light at left and under short-wave ultraviolet light at right.

    © c. 2017 Heather J M Siple

  12. Flourescent Fossil Clam

    From the album Fossil Flourescence

    Stewartia anodonta viewed under natural light at left and under short-wave ultraviolet light at right.

    © c. 2017 Heather J M Siple

  13. Flourescent Fossil Clam

    From the album Fossil Flourescence

    Mercenaria cuneata, viewed under natural light at left and under short-wave ultraviolet light at right.

    © C. 2017 Heather J M Siple

  14. Ark Shell

    Excavated from matrix deposited in the Chesapeake Bay by landslide. Donated to the Delaware Museum of Natural History.
  15. Crassinella Clam

    Collected from matrix deposited in the Chesapeake Bay by landslide. Donated to the Delaware Museum of Natural History.
  16. Oyster

    I never knew if the oyster shells on the beach were fossil or modern until I pulled this out of a block of matrix deposited by landslide into the Chesapeake Bay. This specimen was donated to the Delaware Museum of Natural History. Genus changed from Parahyotissa.
  17. Tongue Shell

    Collected from matrix deposited in the Chesapeake Bay by landslide. Donated to the Delaware Museum of Natural History.
  18. Turitella plebia

    From the album Fossil Flourescence

    Turritella plebia Miocene Choptank Formation St. Leonard, Maryland Viewed under short-wave Ultraviolet light
  19. Fun with Flourescence

    A couple months ago, the Mollusk Collection Manager at at the museum where I volunteer introduced me to Architectonica shells under black light. This afternoon, the two of us rummaged through the spare shell cabinet to see what else might fluoresce nicely. What's in your closet? Architectonica sp., Pliocene/Pleistocene, Florida Arcinella cornuta, Pliocene/Pleistocene, Florida Cymatosyrinx acinica, Pliocene/Pleistocene, Florida Scaphella sp., Pliocene/Pleistocene, Florida Turritella plebia, Miocene, St. Leonard, Calvert County, Maryland
  20. If your also into photography, Matoaka Beach Cabins have some great opportunities to photograph birds of prey. One of their campsites is situated right at the cliff and the birds were flying all over! A long lense will help for better shots, but there is subject matter all around. Eagles, ospreys, hawks, vultures, and gulls. We had a great time!
  21. Our final day saw us leaving Greenville at 5am on the way back north to Calvert Cliffs. Matoaka Beach Cabins to be exact. A breezy but beautiful day! Very little in the way of teeth and my daughter found all of them. One of them she darn near dove for. The photos will explain why.
  22. Geoduck Clam

    Excavated from a block of submerged martrix deposited in the Chesapeake Bay by landslide. The common name, geoduck, is pronounced "gooey-duck." This specimen was donated to the Delaware Museum of Natural History.
  23. Scallop

    Found on the beach near Matoaka Beach cabins. This specimen has several pearl buds, including some that developed around predation holes.
  24. Mussle Shell Steinkern

    This is a particularly fragile type of shell, made of many fine layers, and is prone to disintegrate as these did. This rare steinkern was found on a block of matrix submerged in the Chesapeake Bay. Dimensions are for the best-exposed steinkern on the block. The entire block is 14 cm wide x 10 cm high x 5 cm deep.
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